The Halifax West Warriors defeated the Citadel Phoenix 4-1 in the final of the NSSAF division 1 boys’ provincial soccer championship at Mainland Common on Sunday to give them their third straight title.

Abdullah Nimer led the Warriors with two goals and Rini Rrahmani and Ayoub Al-Arabi had one each.

Obaid Hadayat was the Citadel scorer.

In the bronze medal game, Tyler Webster notched a hat trick to help the Sir John A. Macdonald Flames beat King’s-Edgehill School 6-1.

Joe Iatrou, Adam Dunsworth and Neil Spires also scored for the Flames and Adeolu Emmanuel Kofoworade was the lone scorer for KES.

 In girls’ play:

Jayden Boudreau fired two goals to power Halifax West to a 3-0 gold medal win over Horton in the division 1 tournament in Antigonish.

The championship was the second straight for the Warriors.

Joanna Gorski added a single.

Taylor Coleman was the lone scorer in Riverview’s 1-0 victory over Dr. J.H. Gillis in the consolation game.



Hudson Joudrey netted a pair of goals to give Bridgetown a 3-2 win over the Halifax Grammar School in the boys’ gold medal game.

Kyle Garde rounded out the scoring and A.J. Kapilan and Ali Farzaneh answered for Grammar.

New Germany edged Breton Education Centre 1-0 for the bronze medal.

 In girls’ play:

At New Waterford, Breton Education Centre edged New Germany 3-2 in extra time for the provincial girls’ crown and Northeast Kings Education Centre doubled Central Kings 4-2 for bronze.



Tyrone Munian netted a hat trick and Campbell Hart had the shutout as the Cape Breton Highlands Academy Huskies blanked the Hants North Flames 4-0 in the gold medal game.

Jakob Deveau had the other goal for CBHA.

In the bronze medal game, Jorge Fuentes Martinez fired in four goals as North Colchester defeated Sacred Heart 6-1.

Cape Breton high school soccer teams competing in provincials this weekend

SYDNEY. N.S. — Cape Breton high school soccer teams are getting ready for their chance to win Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation provincial banners in multiple divisions this weekend.

A total of four Cape Breton teams are competing for provincial banners this year. In Division 1, the Riverview Reds girls soccer team will be on the road in Antigonish.,and their first game will be against Halifax West at 1 p.m. Friday. The winner will play Saturday at 3 p.m. for the provincial title.

In Bridgetown, the Breton Education Centre Division 2 boys, their first match is at 3 p.m. Friday against host Bridgetown Regional High School. The winner of that game will get a chance to hoist a provincial banner after a championship game that starts at noon on Saturday.

Two Cape Breton teams are also hosting provincial tournaments at their home fields — the Breton Education Centre (New Waterford) Division 2 girls and Cape Breton Highlands Education Centre/Academy (Terre Noire, Inverness Co.) Division 3 boys.

The action in Cape Breton starts at noon Friday with BEC opening up their provincial tournament against North East Kings Education Centre.

Breton Education Centre’s head coach, Karl MacNeil, said his whole team is ready to play in front of their home crowd Friday afternoon, despite formidable competition from other teams.

“The girls are really excited to be hosting. We have a really good quality squad that are pretty strong in every position, but we know the other teams are very strong and it’s basically any team has the opportunity of winning this weekend,” said MacNeil.

At Terre Noire, the Cape Breton Highlands Education Centre/Academy will start their quest for a provincial title at 2 p.m. Friday against North Colchester High School. The championship game for that tournament will be at noon on Saturday.